Two brand new clips from 20th Century Fox's forthcoming adventure fantasy, "Aliens in the Attic", have arrived. While both of them are around one minute long, they provide different footage and come out from two different sites. One of them came out courtesy of MTV, while the other was from IGN.
The one from MTV brings up the scene wherein two of the aliens in the attic throw in a tiny metal device which sets off anti gravity into the room the Pearson's boys are defending, making the unsuspecting boys float in the air. Another one from IGN focuses on the snippet that shows the boys are toying around with Bethany's boyfriend with a remote control they found.
Scheduled for July 31 release in the U.S., "Aliens in the Attic" is an adventure fantasy movie from the 20th Century Fox. It tells about the Pearson kids who during their family vacation must fight off an attack by knee-high alien invaders with world-destroying ambitions while the youngsters' parents remain clueless about the battle.
It is directed by John Schultz using the script written by Mark Burton and Adam F. Goldberg. Aside from Ashley Tisdale, it also stars Robert Hoffman, Tim Meadows, Carter Jenkins, Austin Butler, Kevin Nealon, Gillian Vigman, Ashley Boettcher and Henri Young.